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Red Natural Rubber Bungs RB105 / Stopper No 105

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Red Natural Rubber Bungs RB105 / Stopper No 105
Stopper No 105 size 105/116.5mm - HARDNESS 46/55 IRHD

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Excl. VAT: £29.95 Incl. VAT: £35.94

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Excl. VAT: £29.95 Incl. VAT: £35.94
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Red Natural Rubber Bung Stopper No 86

Size 105mm Bottom, 116.5mm Top and 63.5mm Length.

To Standard BS2775:1978 (1992).

Stoppers for tubes and bottles made from rubber. Can be supplied with hole upon request for tubes to pass through see below sizes that can have this service.

Each stopper has a moulded-in number, corresponding to the bottom diameter in millimetres.

Operates at a temperature ranging -50°C to 70°C

Hole Drilling:

Natural rubber stoppers can be supplied with holes, see below sizes:

3 and 4: Supplied solid only

5 to 8: 1 hole of 3mm

9 to 105: 1 hole of 5mm

15 to 105: 2 holes of 5mm

Please note that the Bungs can be supplied with pre drilled holes, however they are not stocked as standard. This is a separate process and therefore Bungs with predrilled holes are more bespoke.

Please advise as to your order requirements and we will by return advise on the current availability and lead time.  On occasion this lead time can be a relatively short turn-around, typically 7 - 10 days is the norm, occasionally certain smaller bungs with holes maybe subject to a Minimum order quantity to make the process economically viable.


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